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, for christians, senior, people with ocd. >> find the right online di wash your hands of loneliness. it's time to meet someone who really gets you. welcome to ocd -- >> that's right. ocdk cupids. >> this isn't real. is it? >> i'll make you feel safe. i have a few techniques. i never step on cracks in the sidewalk. i always touch the same part of the refrigerator when i walk by. pretty effective in making sure no harm comes to anybody i love. >> by looking at that, nick, you figured out that this -- is real. this is from lando comedy. >> wondering if you lock your car door? you probably didn't. >> somebody wrote, i have been diagnosed with ocd. laughing helps when it comes to coping, at least for me whrchlts it comes for romance, it's just what the doctor ordered. obsessive compulsive disorder. >>> earlier this week i brought you this video of the popinator and we were all super psyched. the idea behind the machine, it was a voice-activated device that when you said pop, it would recognize where your voice was and shoot a piece of popcorn or where the sound came from. >> right. very excited abo
an obsessive compulsive disorder. >> these are things i know from the inside. >> the ocd part? >> when i was in my teens i had ocd. >> how did it man test? >> compulsion. it was very common. like checking, double-checking, triple checking. >> depression is not part of your life now? >> no, not at all. i would say i've not been depressed for more than a decade. >> "harry potter" must have cheered you up. i know that's cavaliere. >> it cheered me up a lot. that's not cavaliere. forget the money "harry potter" gave me self-respect. i've always written. now i was getting paid to do it. now it became my promotion. >> strong enough to take the giant leap from "harry potter" to a moral world of wanting approval to the moral world. see was eager to know what those of us what read the back think. >> at the end of the book did you cry? >> yes. >> i don't want to say good. i can't -- i would have nothing to say to the person who didn't cry at the end of this book. nothing. the end is bad. sorry. but i'm not sorry. that's the thing, i don't want to distress you but at the same time -- >> reporter: b
. >> reporter: the ocd part of it, as well? >> when i was in my teens i had issues with ocd. >> reporter: how did it manifest? >> compulsions. checking things. very common. double-checking. triple-checking. >> reporter: some might wonder why rowling, an almost billionaire, would bother writing another book, putting her reputation on the line. how will you decide this book is a success? >> it won't sell as many as harry potter because lightning doesn't strike twice. >> reporter: instead of chasing harry, rowling has written a book she felt she had to write, asking us to confront the darkest side of our humanity and grapple with it. cynthia mcfadden, abc news, edinbo edinboro. >>> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> have a terrific thursday, everybody. thanks for watching.
. and these are -- these are things i know from the inside, yeah. >> reporter: the ocd part of it as well? >> when i was in my teens, i had issues with ocd. >> reporter: how did it manifest? >> compulsions. >> like? >> checking things. you know, it's very common. checking, double checking, triple checking. >> reporter: some might wonder why rowling, an almost billionaire, would bother writing another book -- putting her reputation on the line. so how will you decide whether this book is a success? >> it won't sell as many books as "harry potter" because i think lightning doesn't strike twice. but i accepted that a long time ago. >> reporter: her unlikely cautionary tale -- ♪ >> reporter: michael jackson. >> he wanted to do "thriller" again and again and again. and instead of accepting that he'd produced one of the best albums of all time -- it's tragic, actually. it's very, very sad that someone with that amount of talent would be chasing that. >> reporter: so instead of chasing harry, rowling said says she has written a book she felt she had to write, asking us to confront the darker side of our humanity and gra
obsessive compulsive disorder. these are things i know from the inside, yeah. >> the ocd part of it as well. >> when i was in my teens i had issues with ocd. >> reporter: so far this book has received mixed reviews from the select media who had a chance to read it before today's launch. some say say loved it. others, like the new york daily news, say they found it a bit dull. rowling says he's proud of this novel and she wrote it for herself. suzanne. >> erin, thanks. appreciate it. he's offering millions of dollars for someone to marry his daughter. one hong kong tycoon takes marriage to the extreme. >>> welcome back. we're taking a look at what is blowing up the charts in south korea. ♪ ♪ >> singing their smash hit "lipstick." the band's concept is more lighthearted and sweet unlike the other k-pop groups known for taking on sexier experiences. >>> from spain's money troubles to hong kong real estate tycoon who now is offering $64 million to any man who will marry his daughter. the only requirement for his future son-in-law is that he love his daughter and that she loves him. he can b
the intraweb and we bring it to you. we're going to start with ginger. >> shows about ocd. let's go ahead and look. the chameleon who may have a little. he cannot stop. poor thing. it's okay. >>> okay, so, you know, everyone goes on a safari. wild animals coming up to your car. sometimes they get a little too close. take a look at this cheetah. walking up to a car full of tourists and then he just sits on top. he sat there for an hour. the car could not move until he finally decided to goen on his very way. you say that cheetahs don't attack, dan. >> they're beautiful. random facts with dan harris. >>> this group in china they were trying to break the record for tallest human tower, they get close, they're all wearing padded helmets in case this goes array. see how this -- and down they go like dominos. everyone was okay. >> no random fact for that. >>> this is whats a happens when reporters ask the wrong question. >> e equals mc squared. i'll take the cantaloupe. >> way to make a baby boy cry on live television. >> they say never work with babies or animals. that's an example of why. >>
character that has obsessive compulsive disorder these are things i know from the inside, yeah. >> the ocd part as well. >> when i was in my teens i had issues with ocd. >> how did it manifest? >> compulsions like checking things. it is very common. checking, double checking, triple checking. >> reporter: some might wonder why, rowling, almost billionaire would write a book putting her reputation on the line. how will you decide whether this was a success? >> it won't sell as many as "harry potter." lightning doesn't strike twice. >> reporter: instead of chasing harry, rowling says she has writ in a book she felt she had to write, asking us to confront the darkest side of our humanity and grapple with it. cynthia mcfadden, abc news, edinboro. i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standa
compulsive disorder. these are things i know from the inside. >> reporter: the ocd part of it, as well? >> when i was in my teens, i had ocd. >> reporter: how did it man test? >> compulsions. checking things. >> reporter: those struggles are now behind her. depression is not a part of your life now? >> not at all. i would say i haven't been depressed or -- at least a decade. >> reporter: harry potter must have cheered you up some. i know that's cavalier because it's not a question of -- >> it cheered me up a lot. harry potter gave me back self-respect. harry gave me a job to do that i love more than anything else. if i had made just enough to justify to continue to write, it would have cheered me up a great amount. it's not that cavalier a thing to say. >> reporter: what's your reward? you've finished the book. you're going to go on the tour. >> which will be lots of fun. but i'm looking forward to getting home because we're getting a new dog. my reward is getting home and look after a new puppy. >> she is completely charming. after five, long years, how does the new book start? tomorr
disorder around these are things i know from the inside. yeah. >> the ocd part of it as well? >> when i was in my teens, i had issues with ocd. >> i was just fascinated listening to her because you think about it, what if people read it and they really don't like it and how will she really feel about that? >> reporter: well, absolutely. so far from the few -- the handful of journalists that have received advanced copies, the reviews have been mixed. some people loved to. some people thought it quite dull, carl it just really depends on your tastes, but's definitely a dark book. >> erin mclaughlin, thank you so much. >>> nfl fans may be cheering guys they usually boo the regular refs are coming back tonight. we will talk about what it took to end the lockout. ♪ chirping beeping camera ahhhh drill sound chirping electric shaver shaking remote tapping sound shaking drill chirping tapping shaking remote wouldn't it be great to have one less battery to worry about? car honking irping the 2012 sonata hybrid. the only hybrid with a lifetime hybrid battery warranty. from hyundai. romney: "it'
to start with ginger. >> there are shows about ocd. we all have -- maybe not all of us -- dabbled in it. a chameleon who may have a little. >> uh-huh. >> he's washing his hands, and his hands do not stop. yep. >> no. >> where is the hand sanitizer? >> where is the purel? >> poor thing. i love the eyes. >> okay, so, you know, everyone goes on -- have you been on safari? my honeymoon, beautiful, amazing. you see all these wild animals coming up to your car and sometimes they get too close. take a look at this cheetah waking up to this car full of tourists, and then he just sits on top. awfully close. >> he sat there for an hour. the car could not move until he finally decided to go on his merry way, but, dan, you say cheetahs actually don't attack. >> cheetahs are not dangerous. they used to be domesticated animals. they are beautiful. what do you got? >> animal facts with dan harris. >> any time we mention guinness world record, you know you're going to see something interesting. they were trying to break it for tallest human tower, which is currently six levels high and you'll notice th
of chameleon urge for an actor to just be different. i think it is because we are all a bit ocd and a little bit add and just be something else. >> if you could be one of your characters for one day in real life. >> i realize that almost every single character i've ever played apart from narnia ends up really miserable or dead. i'm always miserable or dead by the end. >> leerily doesn't want to be one of his characters. i can understand that. in our next hour, kevin joins us live from the toronto international film festival with his review. >>> president obama's pitch for re-election. what did he tell the american people in we'll have more on the final night of the democratic national convention straight ahead. >> a heated debate over some rising tolls in our area. we'll be right back. the five stages of muller. ah yes... stage one: suspicion. "it's a yogurt, how good can it be?" stage two: revision. "actually, this ain't bad." stage three: surprise! "look at this cool cornery thing! i love this stuff!!" stage four: desolation. "it's gone!" stage five: anticipation "i guess i could always ha
. wash those hands and get rid of the cold germs. maybe he has a little ocd. >> a bunch of us are still back on the pig video because -- because there is a punch line. don't eat a pig like that all at once. >> oh, oh. okay. >> i'd get it myself but i don't have thumbs. >>> let's see what's going on as far as your weather. we are looking at some showers down through southern florida. wet weather also in the upper great lakes. we expect a beautiful day out in the pacific northwest, though air stagnation advisories for the pacific northwest. the sunshine and heat conditions in the southwest. that's what's going on around the a >> it looks like it will be another nice day as we close down the work week. it should be warmer than the past couple of days as well. we will make it up to 78 this >>> time now for today's "take 3" where the three of us, al, natalie and i give our take on the stories that catch our attention and yours and offering his two cents of the day, willie geist. >> hoping were you going to come around and touch my head so i can do the weather. >> does it work? >> we'll let
writing the book to it ocd ronnie touched on this because this was one of the central arguments. as i started to write ipod, well, of course obama is redistributing wealth here tell he is a socialist. in fact, i have a section in the book called this a socialist is a big fat liar. i was on with neil cavuto last week. he said to me, come on. look at this title. cassette, tell me what part of that is inaccurate. he is skinny. he goes on the secret burger runs, but he's not taking any rate. he's a socialist. he's lied to the american people day in and day out. prime example, will cut the deficit in half and my first term we all know how that turned out. he inherited a for under $50 billion annual deficit. he has quadrupled the. every year he's been in office he has run between 13 and $17 trillion annual deficit . added five to international debt and just three years. to give it to see -- this white. it took in three years at 5 trillion. for the first 216 years of the republic that is how much to a weaker from george washington through the first 216 years of this republic as i was develop
that osama bin laden's quarters were clean and orderly. >> somebody in there had to have ocd like you read about. his dresser that i searched on the third floor had everything folded perfectly, like he was in marine corps boot camp. stuff that was hung up was perfectly spaced. the media rooms were a computer, thumb drives and voice tape recorders. all were lined up in dress right dress. >> military precision. >> it seemed that way, yes. >> he also spoke about an eye opening book focusing on one point last year as deficit reduction talks were falling apart. >> bob woodward has a book coming out and he writes in your last call with speaker boehner when the grand bargain was failing, that you were gripped with, quote, a flash of pure fewer rye ri furry and one of the people in the room thought you were going to break the receiver. is that true? >> i don't know if i was going to break the receiver. i wasn't happy. the reason i wasn't happy, because i understood what was at stake. last summer what we saw was a willingness on the part of some house republicans to potentially see the united state
. have you all no compassion for us crazy ocd folks your audience. she has pneumonia and orange circles in her box? is there penicillin strong enough? >> did they add more graphics? >> stephanie: i don't know. i can't see her box when i'm here. i'm in my own little box. >> there's a lot of box on this show. >> johan christoph. >> composers. >> stephanie: twitter verse exploded to air the sexy liberal document ray on friday night. i didn't watch it, why? >> because you don't like to watch yourself. i was told it was fabulous. >> i haven't seen it either. >> stephanie: apparently facebook exploded. >> no wonder the country is clamoring for stephanie. no wonder i'm dating jodie foster. it must have been -- right? >> i have a feeling that's the sort of thick that they'll run like over and over again on christmas day when they have no programming. >> stephanie: it will be a block. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: our own dock block. sexy liberal documentary. >> they'll rerun it on weekends like msnbc. >> steph
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